It's my turn to do a tutorial for Dies R Us.
My daughters birthday is this month, so I'd like to share this "sweet" birthday card that I made for her and her sweet tooth!
I love this Lawn Fawn Box Card Die. The construction of the box itself is well documented
in many You Tube videos, THIS is the one I used when I did my first box.
Once you have your basic box built the fun comes in when you get to decorate it!
For this card I chose the stamp set Baked With Love from Lawn Fawn.
Here's the Copic Marker colors I used for the flour sack, wooden spoon and rolling pin:
Once everything is colored you can either fussy cut the images or make your life really simple and use the matching die cuts.
The next step is to arrange all the cuteness into the box!
A handy way to attach some images is to use clear plastic ( from left over packaging)
cut into thin strips with a thin strip of double sided tape.
This is how I attach them inside the box:
There is no right or wrong way to decorate. Just have fun with it!
Here's another look:
The best thing about these cards is that they fold flat, fit into a A2 size envelope and go through the US Mail for one stamp!
Below, you'll find the list of the supplies I used with links to the Dies R Us Store for your convenience.
I hope I was able to inspire you to use your dies, create a project and come play along at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for a chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store. A new challenge begins on the first and fifteenth of every month. Be sure to Follow Us on Facebook too and don't forget that you will find loads of inspiration on our Pinterest Page.